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Question Details Asked:Feb 11, 2010 - 06:28 PMStatus:Closed
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Such noises often come from either worn shock absorbers or worn bushings on either shock absorbers or suspension parts. A broken motor mount could also cause such noises. And a bad CV joint on a FWD vehicle's front axle could similarly do so.
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